Two meet records fell on the final day of the Euro Meet in Luxembourg.
Hungarian Laszlo Cseh won the men’s 100 butterfly posting a time of 52.57 beating his own meet record of 52.58, which he swam last year.
Konrad Czerniak of Poland collected the silver in a time of 52.91 followed by Victor Bromer of Denmark who finished in a time of 53.24.
The second record of the evening was set by German Sonnele Oeztuerk. Oeztuerk had a very strong morning swim posting a time of 2:11.38 breaking the meet record of 2:11.67, which was set by Daryna Zevina in 2013.
In the final Oeztuerk broke her own record, dominating the field and finishing in a time of 2:10.36. Brittany Horton of Great Britain finished second in a time of 2:15.30 followed by Spaniard Africa Zamorano who touched in a time of 2:16.59.
The evening started with a very exciting women’s 400 freestyle.
Melanie Costa turned at the 200 meter mark first in a time of 2:04.09. She was followed by Alice Mizzau of Italy who hit the halfway point in a time of 2:04.49 while Mireia Belmonte turned in a time of 2:06.25.
The second half of the race went almost to plan for Belmonte. She gain ground on both Mizzau and Costa almost every length, until she pulled within half a second of Mizzau and just over a second behind Costa with 50 meters to go.
Belmonte finished with a final split of 29.93, which was enough to over take Mizzau, but not enough to catch Costa who touched first in a time of 4:10.16.
Belmonte hit the wall in a time of 4:10.41 followed by Mizzau who finished in a time of 4:11.12.
Hungarian Zsuzsanna Jakabos was the only woman to break the one minute barrier in the 100 butterfly, winning the event in a time of 59.99. Spaniard Judith Igancio finished second in a time of 1:00.34 followed by Jan Zinnecher of Germany who hit the wall in a time of 1:01.49.
German Marco Koch and Michael Jamieson of Great Britain had another great battle, this time in the 100 breaststroke. Jamieson took the first 50 meters out in a time of 29.26 followed by Koch who turned in a time of 29.45.
The second half of the race belonged to the German who finished with a winning time of 1:01.73. Jamieson finished second in a time of 1:01.96, barley holding off a fast charging James Wilby of Great Britain who hit the wall in a time of 1:01.97.
After taking the 200 breaststroke on Saturday Jessica Vall of Spain returned to the pool to collect the gold in the 100 posting a time of 1:08.67. German Julia Willers finished second in a time of 1:10.62 followed by her fellow countrywoman Marlene Huether who touched in a time of 1:10.71.
Miguel Duran of Spain took the men’s 400 freestyle in a time of 3:53.52. Jacob Heidtmann of Germany finished second in a time of 3:54.65 followed by Velimir Stepanovic of Serbia who touched in a time of 3:56.85.
Paul Biedermann Germany collected his third gold of the competition, winning the men’s 100 freestyle in a time of 50.03. He was followed by Mohamed Samy of Egypt who finished in a time of 50.51 followed by Magnus Westermann of Denmark who posted a time of 50.91.
Nina Kost of Germany took the women’s event finishing a time of 56.18. Jakabos led the race at the halfway mark turning in a time of 26.88, but could not hold off Kost, collecting the silver in a time of 56.23.
Julie Meynen of Luxembourg finished third in a time of 56.35.
Hungarian Gabor Balog took the men’s 200 backstroke with ease recording a time of 2:02.38. Spaniard Alejandro Garcia finished second in a time of 2:04.86 followed by Mark Fischer of Germany who finished in a time of 2:05.65.
Laura Riedmann won the women’s 50 backstroke posting a time of 29.46. Mandy Feldbinder finished second in a time of 29.68 and Selina Hocke who touched in a time of 29.87.
Carl Schwarz took the men’s event in a time of 25.66 followed by Balog who posted a 26.00. Joe Elwood finished third in a time of 26.34.
Full meet results can be found here.